« Last post by icycletoo on Today at 12:47:14 PM »
I have a 2012 Kona Carbon Zing Supreme, Ultegra etc I hadn't considered selling it but I'd be open to a reasonable offer.
« Last post by ralphfsf on Today at 09:07:49 AM »
big golf tournament at French Lick this weekend. may be difficult to get to the trails; might be better to avoid this weekend.
I'll be out Saturday morning gonna try to hit breeden a couple times. Rode it last time but didn't get to explore it fully.
« Last post by RiverBankRider on May 22, 2015, 11:33:40 PM »
I had a separated ac joint on the second A frame feature @4 years ago. The trail leading to and exiting the feature is slightly off center and I hit it off center with my front wheel landing to the left of the structure and my back wheel on the structure. I taco'd my front wheel and plowed straight down into the ground with a major endo. Would a look at the angles of entry and exit to attempt a more straight-on trajectory reduce the chances of injury? Maybe. I manually adjust my angles today, against the flow of the trail.
I feel like the first A frame is fine, but I don't hit it anymore, because I can't afford to hurt myself if I make a stupid mistake or if for some reason the structure isn't the same as the previous time I hit it.
« Last post by jasonhilt on May 22, 2015, 06:58:01 PM »
Tree limb on Schoen is taken care of.
« Last post by dubasteins on May 22, 2015, 04:56:53 PM »
I live really close to SWW (a couple of minutes from my house) and would be happy to help out as needed with things like this. When is the best time to do this type of work as to avoid getting in the way of the riders? I have two gas-powered trimmers that can handle the weeds out there too, so if someone else wants to join in, I can bring both along.
« Last post by Dave G. on May 22, 2015, 04:10:03 PM »
Well, the weeds are getting tall! If anyone has a stout gas powered weedeater, and wishes to volunteer to weedeat, feel free to do self-paced work! Post up here or send me a PM on where and how long you worked.
Probably best place to start is the power line crossings and any signgletrack where weeds encroach.
« Last post by Dave G. on May 22, 2015, 04:01:20 PM »
Sorry, I've been pretty busy with family stuff recently. I will be out tomorrow at about 1000am to work on the tree. Any help is greatly appreciated.
« Last post by Rick M on May 22, 2015, 03:30:13 PM »
My daughter and I just got done riding both trails. Had a great time just the usual damp spots but no big deal. I would call it green. Please leave snake creek the way it is. My wife and daughter can both ride it and just started riding this year. People need a challenge. Thanks and safe riding. Also I the branch is still there we are going back out around 6. I will take a hand saw with me and get rid of it if it's still there.